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5 things you need to know about the AstraZeneca vaccine now the TGA has...

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) yesterday announced it has provisionally approved AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine for use in Australia. The approval applies to people over 18,...

The new variant vaccine may take six months, says AstraZeneca

AstraZeneca says that the vaccine for the ongoing new variant of COVID-19 may take around six more months to arrive publicly. According to The Guardian, the...

Are vaccines already helping contain COVID? Early signs say yes, but mutations will be...

More than 130 million COVID vaccine doses have been administered worldwide already, according to the University of Oxford’s “Our World in Data” vaccination tracker. Israel,...

South Africa has paused AstraZeneca COVID vaccine rollout but it’s too early to say...

South Africa will pause its rollout of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine after a small study suggested it offers minimal protection against mild and moderate...

Australia must vaccinate 200,000 adults a day to meet October target: new modelling

If R nought was the number on your lips last year, then the statistic du jour this year will be the daily number of...

The AstraZeneca vaccine and over-65s: we may not have all the data yet, but...

Last week, a German vaccine advisory committee recommended the AstraZeneca vaccine only be used in 18-64-year-olds, citing a lack of data on the efficacy...

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